Product Liability

Product Liability is an area of law that protects consumers against faulty products. When a manufacturer produces a product that is shown to be unsafe, that manufacturer is responsible for fixing the product and often paying damages to the person who was injured because of the products faults. If you are injured from a defective car part including airbags and tires, a dangerous household product, dangerous work equipment, or defective health care equipment, contact us as soon as possible to see if you have a case. Consultations are always free at Greene & Phillips, we don’t charge you a dime unless we get money for you.

Airbag Defect

There is a known fault in airbags manufactured by Takta Corp. were used in vehicles across eight different car manufacturers including Honda, Mazda, Chrysler, Ford, Nissan, Toyota and Subaru. These vehicles are being recalled due to a defect that causes shrapnel or sharp pieces of metal to be ejected from the airbags as it’s being deployed. This shrapnel can possibly hit the driver and passengers in the face, neck or eyes. Airbags were meant to help, not hurt.

If you were involved in an accident where your vehicle’s airbag deployed and you were injured by shrapnel, you should contact a personal injury lawyer that handles product liability cases. Greene and Phillips has experience helping their clients recover money for their injuries due to faultily designed products including cases involving airbag shrapnel. It is important to call a lawyer as soon as you can after an incident like this because important evidence can be harder to obtain the longer you wait. Call Greene & Phillips now 888 510 1020 or fill out our Contact Form.